‘Gadar 2’ actress Simratt Kaur Randhawa says she was in depression, kept crying during her struggling days; realised it’s not easy for outsiders | Hindi Movie News

Actor Simratt Kaur Randhawa started her acting career with a Telugu movie, ‘Prematho Mee Karthik’ in 2017. But she’s now set to make her debut in Hindi cinema with Sunny Deol‘s ‘Gadar 2‘. Simratt is paired opposite Utkarsh Sharma who plays Sunny and Ameesha Patel‘s son in the movie.

In a recent interview with Indianexpress.com, Simratt has admitted that she had to face a lot of struggle even though she started her career in the south. She didn’t know what to do. Simratt would have meetings with several production houses who praised her but nothing happened after that. She says that she had to struggle a lot to get a project in the south and same was the case here. That made her given up on everything in 2019. Simratt called it the most depressing year of her life because she felt like failure. She thought she wasn’t good enough to be an actor, hence she locked herself in a room for months and stopped talking to everyone. She further added that she kept crying for days. That’s when she realised that she was an “outsider”.
But the young actress realised that she has to wait for the right time, keep struggling and hustling. Simratt admitted that nothing comes easy, esepcially if one is an outsider. Her struggle remained as to where can she begin and how can she give the audition.

She further revealed that her parents were quite sad and worried, seeing her condition. That’s when they gave her an advice which stayed with her. Her parents taught her that she won’t get success overnight but she will have to break a thousand times to get somewhere in life.
At the trailer launch of ‘Gadar 2’, Simratt was present on stage with Ameesha, Sunny, Utkarsh and director Anil Sharma. The actress was extremely nervous, overwhelmed and she said she couldn’t believe she’s actually standing on stage with all these people.
‘Gadar 2’ is releasing on August 11 with ‘OMG 2’.

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